Keir International, a Saudi Arabia-based business that serves multiple sectors, reported several orders for its wire and cable business.
A press release said that Keir International has secured two contracts from Saudi Electricity Transmission Company worth approximately $44.2 million for extension of high-voltage underground cables. The projects are scheduled for completion by the first quarter of 2025.
The first contract is for the extension of 110 kV underground cables to connect Al Haram station within the program to strengthen the major cities in Madinah. The second contract calls for extending high-voltage underground cables to connect the West Taiba station within the Haram station as part of the Greater Cities Enhancement Program in Madinah.
In other news, KEIR International reported that it had also signed a contract worth approximately $8 million to provide a fiber optic network. The project, which is expected to take two years, is aimed at expanding the infrastructure of the fiber optic network of the Ministry of Interior by connecting sites belonging to the ministry in the regions of Riyadh and Makkah Al-Mukarramah to the network.